Miranda D with the original case!
The Miranda D is a 35mm SLR with interchangeable viewfinders, produced in Japan by Miranda from c.1960. It had several unusual features for the time, including lever wind, instant-return mirror and automatic diaphragm
The Miranda D does not have either a meter or a internal diaphragm coupling. The back of the lens has a projection but this was fixed and not a diaphragm coupling arm. These models use lenses with an external diaphragm button often referred to as a PAD, like the Exakta.
Both Pentax M42 and Nikon F lenses can be fitted with the proper adapter. Miranda also supplied adapters for Topcon, Leica, and Contax screw mounts. These lenses will focus to infinity.
The Miranda D has a small rotating knob to set the shutter speeds. Speeds are 1–500, and the slow speeds are set with a small lever underneath the main dial. Later Miranda cameras have a larger shutter speed dial that which does not rotate. The film advance on the D is ratcheted.
Overall condition - Good considering the age. See pics for condition.
This camera has been mechanically tested and is in full working condition
- We gladly accept returns within 14 days of delivery if the item arrives defective outside of the detailed conditions when purchased or if any initial defects are present upon receiving the item.